Civil War Crossword Puzzle

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QUESTIONS LIST: charles: _ sumner - massachusetts congressmen that insulted andrew butler, davis: jefferson _ - president of the confederacy, abraham lincoln: union president during the civil war, preston: _ brooks - cousin of andrew butler that brutally beats charles sumner with a cane, confederates: the name of the south during the civil war, ten dollars: the amount of money a judge would get for ruling a black person as a slave, john brown: violent abolitionist that killed 5 pro-slavery people, ferry: harper's _ - location of the federal arsenal that john brown tried to capture, border state: slave states that didn't secede from the union, bull run: battle of _ - first battle of the civil war, ulysses: _ s. grant - general of the union, south carolina: first state to secede from america, popular sovereignty: popular vote in state should decide whether a state should be a free or slave state, american: party that supported strong naturalization laws, nativism: belief that supports only "native born" white americans, civil war: the war between north and south, stephen a. douglas: man that beats abraham lincoln for the senate in illinois, robert e. lee: general of confederates, dred scott: slave who lived in a free state.